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Little Mercy – Sydney Theatre Company

Ash Flanders and Luke Mullins in Sydney Theatre Company’s Little Mercy by Sisters Grimm. Image by Brett Boardman

Little Mercy is a high camp, queer-glam confection of horror movie tropes and cleverly drawn characters.  A real treat of an import from Melbourne’s Sisters Grimm, Sydney should check out this limited run as soon as possible. Comfortably housed in Sydney Theatre Company’s Wharf 1 theatre and designed by David…

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STC unleashes Fury in April

Fury debuts at STC in April. Photo by Ingvar Kenne.

Joanna Murry-Smith is set to return to Sydney Theatre Company this season with a brand new play directed by Andrew Upton. Commissioned by STC, Fury runs from their Wharf 1 theatre space. The play will feature Robert Menzies, Sarah Peirse, Harry Greenwood, and Geraldine Hakewill. A family drama, Fury is…

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A History of Everything – Perth Festival

A History of Everything - Perth Festival. Image by Toni Wlkinson

Fourteen billion years, an entire universe and a history of everything since and including the Big Bang, in reverse: This is a positively enormous accomplishment for a stage production. Primary writers Alexander Devriendt and Joeri Smet, in collaboration with the cast and featuring fragments of Sum by David Eagleman, have successfully…

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STC Shatters Box Office Records

STC Shatters Box Office Records

When single tickets went on sale for the second half of Sydney Theatre Company's 2013 season went on sale on Monday last week, people were expecting a busy day at the box office. What they weren't expecting was that the Company's all-time one day box office sales record would be…

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Secret River – Sydney Theatre Company

Secret River – Sydney Theatre Company

The Secret River is a play that will settle into the Australian theatrical canon and remain there for a very long time. Sprawling, profound, and often unsettling, it does as Hamlet insists theatre should do, and holds a mirror up to nature. Adapted by Andrew Bovell from Kate Grenville’s best-selling…

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